One paper was presented at 2020 American Control Conference

First year Ph.D. student Mehmet Ozkan at MALab presented our recent work entitled A Predictive Control Design with Speed Previewing Information for Vehicle Fuel Efficiency Improvement during the 2020 American Control Conference. This marks the first student paper from MALab since established in August, 2019.

Incoming project on vehicle efficiency and alternative energy

Our recent proposal has been funded by Alternate Energy Research Initiative from College of Engineering. This project focuses on improving the energy efficiency and reducing emissions of the automotive and transportation systems through modeling, control, and optimization of ground vehicles powered by traditional fossil fuel, battery, and combinations of other alternative energy sources.

Mehmet is selected as Community of Scholar at Texas Tech University! Congratulations!

First year Ph.D. student Mehmet Ozkan at MALab has been accepted into Leadership And Mentorship Program (LAMP), Community of Scholars at Texas Tech University. This $600 scholarship from Dean of the Whitacre College of Engineering aims to support graduate student to practice the skills of teaching and instructing individual students. Mehmet joined MALab in August, 2019. His research includes Connected and Autonomous Vehicle and Drivers Modelling and Analysis.

MALab Acquired a Fully-Customizable Drive-By-Wire Platform

A major research & education platform for advanced vehicle system control and driver study at MALab

We seek talents!

MALab invites prospective students to participate in various research activities this fall

Mobility Automation Laboratory (MALab) is established!

Dr. Ma joined Texas Tech University and established Mobility Automation Laboratory (MALab)